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Part #: HH600-56-0115

Hammerhead 600-56-0115 Pre-Runner Front Bumper

2003-2006 GMC 2500HD/3500HD
Part #: HH600-56-0115
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The Hammerhead 600-56-0115 Pre-Runner Front Bumper for your 2003-2006 GMC 2500HD/3500HD is designed to be winch capable and stand up to the punishment of on-road and off-road driving. This front bumper accommodates 6" round after-market off-road lights. They are made with 3/16" thick plate steel and are reinforced to allow for extra strength while keeping the bumpers as light as possible. The shackle mounts are a part of the mounting surface to the frame, extending through the bumper and are welded on the inside and outside of the bumper. The pre-runner style brushguard is made with DOM tubing.


  • Built-In Shackle Mounts
  • Brushguard Built From DOM Tubing
  • 3/16" Thick Plate Steel Construction
Note: Shackles, winch, winch hardware and lights are not included. 

Truck Freight Item: Allow 1-2 Weeks for delivery. Shipping fees apply


  • MFG. Number 600-56-0115
  • Manufacturer Name Hammerhead
  • Shipping Weight 500.00 lb.
  • Shipping Length 0 in.
  • Shipping Width 0 in.
  • Shipping Height 0 in.


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How much does the bumper weigh and is it airbag compatible?
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The 2500 and up Series trucks have bumpers that weigh from 165 lbs to 207 lbs, depending on the style of brush guard you choose.

The Bumper will not affect how the airbags deploy. There is a sensor within the car, not located on the bumper, which tells the bag to inflate. Inflation happens when there is a collision force equal to running into a brick wall at 10 to 15 miles per hour (16 to 24 km per hour). A mechanical switch is flipped when there is a mass shift that closes an electrical contact, telling the sensors that a crash has occurred. The sensors receive information from an accelerometer built into a microchip.